The Aston Martin DBX has been on the road for many months now with a lot of camouflage, but recently, we have seen spy photos of the British brand's SUV, without camouflage, revealing expected shapes and a most astonishing pink hue. But no concrete image of its interior could not be seen, and it is now done thanks to the visual broadcast officially by the manufacturer.
He explains that he wanted to find a balance between luxury and ergonomics. Luxury obviously involves an abundance of leather, here a brown leather that covers the entire lower part of the cabin and the dashboard. It seems associated with an Alcantara of the same color, as well as some chrome keys and screens present. The display behind the steering wheel is all digital, and there is a screen on the dashboard, as well as a small digital display for ventilation control at the rear.
Ergonomics joins a more global care brought to life on board with a panoramic roof to open a little more the cabin, which has a long wheelbase, so that passengers enjoy a large space. The driver's position has also been neat, and Aston Martin announces many storage spaces, including a very large central armrest.
Under the hood, it has already been announced that the DBX will resume the AMG original 4.0-liter V8, displaying 550 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque. On the other hand, we still did not know what would be its price range, and we now know that it will start at 193'500 euros in Germany, which should make it close to a price slightly below 200'000 euros. France. It will therefore frontally attack the Bentley Bentayga, and even the Lamborghini Urus, on the front of luxury SUVs. The latest information will be available on November 20, when it will be officially presented in China.